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there was vibrations. mayor mathews and mayor reed were jumping up and down because i told them we were putting together something that would not only be a great way to work together but something they have also been personally wishing could happen and be led by the city. so today we are of course unveiling our promotional launch but getting here has been something on my mind. it's been one of those very solid topic that jen and i spent good time together. my office, where i call it inappropriately the man cave, but it is a place where i think we have had a chance to talk about the honest going relationship that the niners, the oldest professional sports franchise in the state of california, that's still here in the state of california. it is wonderful to have this opportunity. we have other ideas we can't talk about yet because they are not matured but this came to us fast. it was an opportunity we have rarely. but to be able to be invited by the national football league to submit a bid and build up a course of support is incredibly helpful to the city. i have been looking for those days where
yorker, host of msnbc's hardball, the man had himself, chris mathews, msnbc political analyst and former dnc communications director karen finney and political analyst and executive director of msnbc.com richard wolf. the clock has nearly run out for the next several hours the last ballots are being cast as america chooses its next president. governor mitt romney has been running for this job for five years, ten months and three days but today, he's trying to buy more time. romney was supposed to end his campaign last night with a rally in new hampshire, but perhaps in a bid to turn back the clock the campaign scheduled an event in ohio that is about to get under way and another to come this afternoon in pennsylvania. romney is trying to make sure that this is not his last campaign, that politically he has a tomorrow. >> tomorrow. >> tomorrow. >> tomorrow we begin a new tomorrow. >> for the president, win or lose, this is his last campaign. >> this is a pretty emotional time for us because this is the final event of my husband's final campaign. >> in iowa last night, the place
on the set, is chris mathews, host of "hardball," kelly o'donnell our chief congressional correspondent, greg still with us, be chief economic reporter for the economist, andrew ross sorkin in new york and also, of course, mark halperin and chris cizilla. andrew ross sorkin, what did you hear from the president at the top there that indicates that something either may happen or may not happen when they meet next week to avert the showdown? >> i was impressed. i thought that he indicated that there is wiggle room, but again, the wiggle room is only on the 250 and above. he sort of circled around it and said why don't we take everybody else out of the equation which might be the way to do it. it also is going to put pressure back on this idea of if we -- by the way, be if he signs that bill, he got his pen out and said i'm ready to sign that bill. what's left? what's left is going to 39.6. so there's going to be an issue around that. the question is, is he going to be willing to take up the average effective tax rates by reducing deductions and the like on the wealthy and what that means and th
acusadas de maltrato a un anciano. take vo ---mathew messier y elizabeth regalado, su esposa, son acusados de convencer a la victima de 82 aÑos de edad, de poner ...a poder de ellos, todo el caudal hereditario de la victima en una cuenta que era controlada por ellos. ---messier, era comandante de la policia de pinole cuando el incidente fue reportado, y despues de varios meses de investigacion por la agencia de proteccion de ancianos del condado de alameda, un juez ordeno su detencion junto con la de su esposa. anchor ---esta noche en daly city... los residentes no solo se estan preparando para la lluvia sino tambien para el lodo.. -- gabriela dellan en vivo nos tiene mas detalles .. gaby --- asi es ,,,los ingenieros indicaron que en este momento la prioridad es controlar los efectos de la lluvia --- es por ello que han colocado pacas de alfalfa para crear una barrera protectora que impida que el lodo avance. take vo ---hace tres dias una tuberia que tenia instalada mas de 70 aÑos se rompio provocando un deslave..... dejando vehiculos atrapados y a los vecinos bajo asombro . --- hoy aunq
a criminal. july 16, 2011, officer richard hastings and mathew lopez put their lives on the line and did their duty. for that, they're being awarded the most prestigious award, the gold medal of valor. [applause] >> those were the last of the nominees and recipients. the chief amount to the closing. -- will now do the closing. many of the people on the stage and an audience were present. as amazing as the stories were, you had to see it to believe it. some of the actions these officers took. we recognize the tennis solomon a moment ago, but i want to recognize something. many of officers recognize are not first generation san francisco police officers. four of the six are not first generation san francisco police officers. can i get the other generation of police officers that gave us these police officers to stand up and be recognized. [applause] >> talk about raising your kids right. another recognition i want to make is we are going to experience in the next 30 days of record exit of police officers, especially commissioned officers due to the sun setting of the retirement program. ma
sido detenidas en pleasanton acusadas de maltrato a un anciano. take vo ---mathew messier y elizabeth regalado, su esposa, son acusados de convencer a la victima de 82 aÑos de edad, de poner ...a poder de ellos, todo el caudal hereditario de la victima en una cuenta que era controlada por ellos. ---messier, era comandante de la policia de pinole cuando el incidente fue reportado, y despues de varios meses de investigacion por la agencia de proteccion de ancianos del condado de alameda, un juez ordeno su detencion junto con la de su esposa. stop for open roll open blanca ---en oakland las autoridades interrogan a un sujeto detenido anoche por presuntament e portar objetos sospechosos que podrian poner en riesgo la seguridad de los viajeros... stop open roll open take 2 box ---nos enlazamos en directo con jaime peluffo que ha estado siguiendo de cerca la historia y nos tiene la informacion mas reciente.. jaime... cu - peluffo ---asi es, las autoridades detuvieron a geofrey mcgann de 49 anos anoche cuando pasaba por revision en el aeropuerto de oakland. take vo ---dicen que mcgann traia
former sac employee mathew martoma. a call like this is considered unusal, but is not unprecendented. it is not clear if founder steven cohn will be on the line, but management will field questions about the sec's case. the call is scheduled ahead of the market open. there are laws against discrimination by employers, but what about mid-level managers who don't hire and fire but can make an employee's work day miserable because of race, religion, sex or age? in our cover story, the supreme court is weighing that in vance v. ball state, a ruling that could bring mistreatment on the job a step closer to being shown the door. in 1989, ball state university hired maetta vance to work in the school's dining department. for 16 years, she was the department's only african- american employee and, according to court documents, was regularly subjected to racial ephithets from co- workers, including those who oversaw what she did each day. "those are the people who workers feel they can't confront if they're being harassed." the university issued a statement saying racially- charged remarks wo
. >>> 22-year-old mathew cheswick was struck and killed on the holiday weekend. >>> westbound north avenue, closed after being shut down for two days after a huge water main break. charles street still closed along with other streets surrounding the break. a 60-inch water main erupted flooding the streets for more than a day the city doesn't have a time table for repairing the main and the street. >>> a starry starry night, chief meteorologist, wyatt is here, are we waking up to cold or hopefully just another sunny day. we need another day like this. >> i think we will keep them coming. >> starry starry night. absolutely and a clear day for the first half. may see a few clouds in the afternoon. temperature, mid-40s. a few upper 30s. some of our cool spots, 30, federals burg but a crystal clear sky will lead to a sunny start tomorrow weather disturbance, leading through the great lakes. pass through our north tomorrow afternoon increased cloud cover late in the day. 60 degrees as opposed to mid- 60s. we will get into the mid-60s by the second half of this veterans day weekend. hour by hour,
. (applause) admittedly mathews is runs a not a machine, everyone knows he is a simple potato battery. but still, he likes you. and even the people who don't like you were some what stunned at the poor performance. even osama bin laden from the bottom of his watery grave watched and was like that's the guy that killed me? (laughter) really? mr. look down at the paper all night, shot me in the face. here's what's perhaps most maddening. for the past year and a half you, mr. president, have inundated this country with urgent e-mails begging for support and money and energy and money and money and money. and it's not just the number of e-mails, it's the intensity of their content this is our one shot. say you're in. your response is critical. i can't do this on my own. and by the way, you made that you bund antley clear last night-- but the point is this, you and your campaign have demanded a level of effort, urgency and relentlessness from your supporters. a level of urgency and relentlessly you failed to display in a national presidential debate. shouldn't your urgency and passion be o
, virginia, where the vice president is speaking. biden told msnbc's chris mathews yesterday, that he knows a dozen republican senators and three dozen republican house members willing to work with the president if he's re-elected. will congress's so-called fever of opposition break next year? we will ask senator barbara boxer next on "now." >>> we've run into a situation here where compromise is not part of what we do around here anymore. my friend senator mcconnell the single most important thing we want to chief is for president obama to be a one-term president. >> compromise is difficult. my 47 members of the senate have very different views from harry and his colleagues about how much government we ought to have, how much taxation we ought to have, how much regulation we ought to have, it is not easy to reach agreement when you have very different views, steve, of the direction the country ought to take. >> that was senate majority leader harry reid and senate minority leader mitch mcconnell failing to instill any confidence that democrats and republicans might possibly work together.
president biden told chris mathews substantially better and get over 300 electoral votes. there's confidence on part of the republicans. high independent, high white voter turnout and the public polls having the president at 48% representing not his floor but ceiling. >> chris cizilla, we are seeing in early voting advantage of about 10% for the democrats in iowa, these numbers just in, last time it was 17%. which depends on what the overall vote is. but still, what are you seeing when you look at iowa ohio, now there the president is doing better with white male voters than some would have suspected and many people think that is all about the auto industry and that final closing argument about the auto industry and the blow back on that advertisement, the criticism from the executives, you know, the ceos, putting down mitt romney complaints about the jeep. >> you know, andrea, in ohio in particular, i think we may go back and deconstruct this election based on mitt romney if he winds up losing in his inability to get over the top in a state that demographically should be a state that favors
want everybody to thank dave mathews for the outstanding performance. [applause] now -- i love you back. [applause] i am glad to see all of you. for the next several days, all -- for the past several days, all devastation taking place on the east coast. virginia was hit, but was spared the worst brunt of the storm. i have been in new jersey. we have been on the phone with people from connecticut and new york. as a nation, we mourn those who have been lost. our hearts and prayers go to the families that have been going through unbearable pain. impacted. it will be a long, hard road to recovery. every time i have spoken to people in region, i have told them america will be with them every step of the way. america will be there on this hard road ahead. together. that is what we do. as americans. during the course of tragedy, we have been inspired over the last few days by heroes, firefighters, and a national guardsmen and ems people and police officers, running into buildings. neighbors helping neighbors cope with tragedy. leaders of different political party is working to get it to fix wh
of public news on two pharmaceutical stocks. allegedly, mathew martoma got his information from the doctor running an alzheimer's drug trial. his firm made profits of $276 million. prosecutors say the fraud is the most lucrative insider trading scheme ever. martoma was charged in u.s. district court in manhattan and could face as much as 40 years in prison. >> susie: after eating all that food on thanksgiving, getting some exercise at the mall might be a good idea. and according to a new sury, 60% of consumers plan to shop over the thanksgiving weekend, many more than last year. but it turns out not everyone is headed to the mall. tonight, suzanne pratt continues our special weeklong look at holiday retailing. >> reporter: this is a typical scene on any black friday in previous years, and it's likely to occur again this week. increasingly, however, black friday shopping is also happening here. and with two venues, shoppers may wonder where they'll find this year's best deals. after all, isn't that what black friday is all about? surprisingly, there's no clear- cut answer, although one onli
against mathew martoma for making more than $276 million. the case dates back to july 2008, when martoma allegedly learned about the results of a clinical trial of an alzheimer's drug a week before the data were released to the public. martoma made a massive profit by selling stock he owned in the elan and wyeth drug companies, as well as shorting those stocks. the sec says martoma reaped big gains when the stocks fell. groupon shares jumped yesterday after a hedge fund revealed its stake in the company. tiger global, a new york hedge fund, said this week it has a 9.9% stake in groupon. groupon shares rose as much as 13%, before ending the day at $3.38. the stock hit its all time low of $2.60 last week following disappointing earnings. green mountain is hoping for a pop in coffee sales with its latest hire. brian kelley will become the next president and ceo of green mountain coffee roasters. he most recenly served as an executive at coca- cola. he starts december 3rd. shares of green mountain perked up this week, trading 11% higher monday and 6% more on tuesday. money cant buy happiness
. >> mathew martoma is due in court for his securities fraud. what does it mean for sac and steven cohen forward? the judge who presided over another trial will join us live. >> we have analysts who sent shares surging 14% on friday on rimm. >> blue nile ceo. how does the online retailer beat out brick and mortar retailers in the few weeks until christmas. >> first official weekend of holiday shopping has come and gone. courtney reagan is sorting through the facts as we have them. good morning. it's really not over yet. >> 139 million consumers shopped this morning spending 13% more. that's $59 billion. 40% of it was done online. on this cyber-monday more than 129 million are expected to shop up 6% from last year. nrf says department stores were the number one destination for shoppers online as that line between black friday weekend and cyber-monday continues to blur with nearly half of consumer shopping online on black friday. retailers have held back products and are offering promotional pricing to grab just a couple more dollars before consumers close up their wallets for the usual sp
. >> and they're without the center, and clay mathews, the star of the team is out. so what? they go into detroit and beat the lions, 24-20. >> harris: wow. >> packers are hot and everyone is talking about the bears in nfc north and green bay looks like a team to beat. >> harris: when you're working on a sunday, an overtime game can get done and there are several overtime games. >> three to be exact and the most dramatic and exciting one was between the jacksonville jaguars who entered the game 1-8 versus the houston texans, 8-1. and jaguars had a huge lead and texans come back and beats jacksonville, awesome game. 43-37. >> harris: going home tomorrow to see the family in dallas. so, you know, didn't have a dog in this race, but i figured why not go home to win. dallas cowboys almost lost to the cleveland browns. >> would have been ugly. they're 5-5, if they win, but down 13-0 against the woeful cleveland browns, it would have been a rough thanksgiving for your family, harris. and they find a way to win and take care of business in this one and tony romo, say what you winter about t
case made today, which is against a former sac employee named mathew martoma, say they're cooperating with the government. cohen is outraged with folks formerly employed by his firm and have gone rogue. in this case, the language is no different, maria. essentially, more of the same. we're cooperating and we're concerned about the allegations. >> so that was the statement then? >> yes. >> thanks so much, kate kelly with the latest there. we'll be checking back as the news warrants at sac capital. >>> no truce, yet, meanwhile. israel and hamas militants in talks on a cease fire. stan fischer will give us his insight. >> also ahead -- >> we feel like there was very serious accounting improprieties, financial disclosures that were not made appropriately. >> hewlett-packard ceo meg wi whitman first on cnbc this morning. >>> up next, last chance to save the twinkie. not to mention more than 18,000 jobs. we'll have the latest developments next. stay with us. [ male announcer ] you are a business pro. governor of getting it done. you know how to dance... with a deadline. and you...rent from
biggest insider trading payoff ever. mathew martoma allegedly used confidential information about an alzheimer's drug to make more than a quarter-billion dollars. at the time, in 2006, he managed a hedge fund portfolio. for more, we turn to david voreacos of bloomberg news. >> thank you for having me. sreenivasan: first off how did this alleged scream work. what kind of information was being traded? >> well, the prosecutors today in new york allege that a hedge fund advisor at f.a.c. capital advisors in connecticut which is run by billiaire seve cohe gathered inside information about an alzheimers cli.$kal drug trial that was being conducted. based on that information he built a position of $700 million in the two drug companies that were running the trial. through his connections with a neurologist at the university of michigan, he gathered inside information about the progress of that clinical drug trial first building the position in the stock when he thought the trial was going well and then when he affirmatively learned it was not going so well he had the sell all of its shar
that allegedly was based on inside information gathered by a former sec trader named mathew martoma. it's not clear if cohen news about the inside news and he says his behavior was appropriate. although s.a.c.'s redemption deadline for the end of this year has already passed, at least for one investor i know, the decision was to redeem capital yesterday in the wake of new legal revelations based on concerns from his own clients about the ongoing issues facing s.a.c. right now. >> really interesting stuff. of course, investing not the only passion in cohen's life. he's also one of the world's top art traders. wealth editor robert frank has that angle. >> thanks. steve cohen is often listed as one of the top five art collectors in the world. he's purchased more than $700 million worth of art, much of that just in the past decade. some of his biggest trophies include one for $137 million. he owns the famous "turquoise marilyn" by andy warhol. and of course, the famous "pickled shark." the shark started to decompose, so in 2006, cohen paid to have a new shark put in the tank and the piece w
-yard pass to alexander, an 1-yard pass to alexander. and a 24-yard catch and run by mathews out of the backfield. solomon: rivers only has one touchdown pass in this game. eight-yard strike in the corner of the end zone to danario alexander. remember, he's matched up against the 5'9" carter. will the broncos give him that same look? will he go to a malcolm floyd against carter or stick with alexander? he wants the favorable match-up to win the jump ball opportunity. carter is at the bottom of the screen against alexander. kevin: on fourth and 1. rivers. what a catch by alexander! that is a touchdown. carter was beaten. solomon: it's the matchup they wanted. remember, carter came into today's game only allowing opposing quarterbacks to complete 27% of their passes, by far the best of any cornerback in the national football league. but when you're going up against someone as tall as alexander and you're 5'9", very difficult to keep him out of the end zone. i thought if carter was playing him off he might have had a chance. but as soon as i saw him in a bump and run situation, you
as a parent company face civil charges in connection with the latest case against former trader mathew martoma and subsidiary of s.a.c. that he worked for. it's a heads-up from s.e.c. enforcement staff that they are recommending that the s.e.c. as an agency file these charges against the firm. that won't be made official until the full s.e.c. commission votes on this and it's not clear how soon that may happen. a wells notice and charges that it often is followed by can be tough for a firm to handle. it's just a negative precedent for companies and has always been in the past. however, s.a.c. said on the phone call today they are confident that even if this is to happen, the material -- there will not be a material financial impact on them and they are well prepared to handle this and founder of the firm, steve cohen, is personally responsible for this. cohen said he was present at the beginning of the call and turned it over to his president and said we take these matters seriously and i'm confident that i acted appropriately. nonetheless, you guys, this is definitely a difficult chapter for
's virginia event starts at 8:45. and president obama was here last night and bill clinton and dave mathews and told the crowd on tuesday he thinks they should stick with what they already are used to and what they know. >> after four years of stf this you know me, you know me. so, so when you -- when you're trying to sort through this argument about change, you know, part of what you have to ask yourself, who do you trust. >> and it's interesting the candidates keep coming here to virginia because yesterday was the last day to vote absentee in person, so, really, these events are just designed to try to get out the vote on tuesday and we were at a polling place in fairfax county, virginia, the biggest county that barack obama won yesterday as they were casting the absentee ballots the last they had and a sense of what the one issue in virginia is uniting voters and there's not one. we heard different folks talking about the military, some were talking about obamacare, some about jobs andsome say they were going to vote for obama because thing that mitt romney is giving him a bad rep, and n
senator, your next governor, tim kaine is in the house. i want everybody to thank dave mathews for the outstanding performance. now -- i love you back. for the next several days, all of us have been focused on the devastation taking place on the east coast. virginia was hit, but was spared the worst brunt of the storm. i have been in new jersey. we have been on the phone with people from connecticut and new york. as a nation, we mourn those who have been lost. our hearts and prayers go to the families that have been going through unbearable pain. so many people have been impacted. it will be a long, hard road to recovery. every time i have spoken to people in region, i have told them america will be with them every step of the way. america will be there on this hard road ahead. we will help them rebuild it together. that is what we do. during the course of tragedy, we have been inspired over the last few days by heroes, firefighters, and a national guardsmen and ems people and police officers, running into buildings. neighbors helping neighbors cope with tragedy. leaders of dif
. the new york times in a very, very famous review of mathew brady studio putting up a display of war scenes said that the photograph had brought the war into living rooms. so i think that certainly wasn't as prevalent as we have media today, but for the first time in american history, certainly, everyone was fully, fully cognizant of how brutal this war was, and it is hard to say and speculate about whether it would be different if there were more media. certainly the vietnam war, the so-called living-room war, the media attention to that change americans' views of it, but i think that the american people were very aware, and lincoln had to be really combat the view of him as a butcher and a murderer. you know, he is generated no, but not during the war. in 1862 he did not think he would be reelected because of the tremendous casualties and because the war was not the one wall. >> host: well, brian in tulsa, okla., since this e-mail to you, mr. davis. when a president is not able to prevent or avoid war, why should he be admired and put on the list of great presidents? shared avoiding preve
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